hemorrhoid

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  • noun

Synonyms for hemorrhoid

pain caused by venous swelling at or inside the anal sphincter

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But for bleeding or painful haemorrhoids that persist, doctors recommend a minor outpatient procedure.
Other symptoms of internal cat haemorrhoids can include pain when passing stools and difficulty while sitting.
PAIN RELIEF Lisa Kelly, who founded Unique Natural Products with husband Mark after formulating a cream to soothe the symptoms of haemorrhoids
The treatment of prolapsing haemorrhoids is either rubber-band ligation as an outpatient or surgical removal in theatre.
Ann Widdecombe's performances on Strictly have been described by judge Len Goodman as "like haemorrhoids.
Haemorrhoids are usually the result of constipation, but can also occur during pregnancy.
Whereas EH removes the prolapsed haemorrhoids, it does not address the underlying cause of both mucosal and haemorrhoidal prolapse; conversely PPH, by 'lifting' the prolapsed haemorrhoids and mucosa, re-places the haemorrhoidal cushions high in the anal canal, thus establishing the topographical relationship between the anal cushions and the rectal muscle layer.
Kilgore said he never intended to offend the Cash family, adding that he had often joked about haemorrhoids when introducing the song on stage.
Believe me when I tell you that those afflicted with haemorrhoids have enough on their minds as it is, without having to endure the sniggers of supermarket cashiers.
Large or prolapsing haemorrhoids can be treated by using a procedure called banding, in which a rubber band is placed around the base of the haemorrhoid.
Haemorrhoids ( Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, are like varicose veins in the canal of the anus.
Q I AM a 65-year-old man who has had haemorrhoids for years but recently they have become much worse, particularly when I am sitting.
They most commonly occur in the lower legs and in the rectum, where they form haemorrhoids.
Q I AM a 68-year-old man who has had haemorrhoids for years, but recently they have become much worse, particularly when I am sitting.